Did Roger Ebert Get Plastic Surgery? Body Measurements and More!

It’s only natural to want to look stunning. So what plastic surgeries has Roger Ebert endured to achieve this goal? We have collected all plastic surgery information below, whether it’s a facelift, boob job, or anything else.

Biography - Who is Roger Ebert?

Legendary Chicago Sun-Times movie critic who worked with Gene Siskel and won a Pulitzer Prize for Criticism.

In high school, he was interested in science fiction.

He was the first film critic to win the Pulitzer Prize, due in part to his down-home critical style, which influenced a whole generation of critics.

He married Chaz Hammelsmith in 1992.

He was known for being a film critic much like Pauline Kael.

Body Measurements

We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Roger Ebert, including shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.

Body Measurements
Height1.72 m, 5’7” (feet & inches)
WeightN/A
Cup SizeN/A
Shoe SizeN/A
Body ShapeN/A
Dress SizeN/A

Plastic Surgery

Ebert, who lost the lower part of his jaw and his voice box after complications from thyroid and salivary gland cancer, appeared in a segment at the end of the show with his new prosthetic chin and an artificial voice in place of what he lost. “I will wear the prosthesis on the new television show.

Which plastic surgery procedures have Roger Ebert done? Below we have compiled a list of all known facts about the stars beauty enhancements:

Plastic Surgery
Nose JobN/A
FaceliftN/A
LipsN/A
FillersN/A
BotoxN/A
LiposuctionN/A
Butt ImplantsN/A
Butt LiftN/A
Eyelid SurgeryN/A
Tummy TuckN/A

Plastic Surgery Pictures

Check out these pictures of Roger Ebert. Is there any plastic surgery involved?

There is no point denying that Roger Ebert has a beautiful body. The journalist looks great with or without cosmetic surgery.
Congratulations: Roger Ebert is looking sizzling. The journalist looks fabulous as ever, and it's hard to say if cosmetic surgery of any kind is involved.

Quotes by Roger Ebert

"When I am writing, my problems become invisible and I am the same person I always was. All is well. I am as I should be."

Roger Ebert

"It is not enough for a movie to be righteous. It must also be watchable."

Roger Ebert

"I've never found kicks to the groin particularly funny, although recent work in the genre of the buddy movie suggests audience research must prove me wrong."

Roger Ebert

"From a dramatic viewpoint, there are few professions that grant their members entry into other lives, high among them cops, doctors, clergymen, journalists and prostitutes. Perhaps that explains why they figure in so much television and cinema. Their lives are lived in the midst of human drama."

Roger Ebert

"I'll tell you, I think that the Internet has provided an enormous boost to film criticism by giving people an opportunity to self publish or to find sites that are friendly."

Roger Ebert